Cultural Geography (GEOG 112)
World and local cultural-social aspects of geography including: terms and concepts, demographic trends and problems, architectural features and patterns resulting from peoples use of the earth, historic pattern of rural to urban settlement changes and innovations for the future, evolution of transportation systems, language and religion patterns, popular culture, and people-food-environmental relationships. Individual case studies and descriptions of world culture groups. This course meets General Education requirements: Social Awarenes, Global Consciousness; Race/Ethnicity/Gender Issues; Social Foundations. Typically Offered Fall, Spring
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